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Explain why coal is a finite resource. (1 point)

A. Coal is a finite resource because it will never replenish. Therefore, there is a limited supply on Earth.

B. Coal is a finite resource because it will slowly replenish and can be conserved so that it is not harvested faster than it is replenished.

C. Coal is a finite resource because it replenishes on a geological timescale of millions of years. Therefore, there is a limited supply.

D. Coal is a finite resource because it must be refined before being used for energy.

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  1. See the link I gave you above.

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  2. I'm sorry, but the article never explained why coal is a finite resource. I read the whole thing. -:

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  3. Fine, I figured it out by myself, but it might be wrong.

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  4. c is the best choice.

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